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Good morning that your rally caps on the market is cheering that Larry Summers has got out of the running to replace Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke -- sharp criticism even among Democrats in congress -- -- out.
The likelihood of a slow and gradual wind down of the Fed's easy money policy is much more likely.
Other top contenders for Bernanke's job -- getting -- and Donald Kohn the Fed's current vice chair and passed by chair respectively.
Both -- architects of any response in the 2008 financial crisis speaking of that this weekend.
Marks the fifth anniversary since Lehman Brothers collapsed.
President Obama will speak in the Rose Garden today it likely touting economic -- that under his -- like housing recovery the rebounding stock market.
And 35 straight months of hiring but he will not tell you.
That the nation's unemployment rate has surged six point 1% around crisis time -- seven point 3% today.
And Americans how they feel about the economy.
Only 13 -- date is more secure now than back in 2008 that according to Pew Center poll.
And it cellphone number starts at 95 or there's a pretty good chance to get fans.
A new study shows what a lot of -- numbers -- spanned more than any other number of Los Angeles and Dallas rounding out the top -- And that's business for more light on foxbusiness.com.
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